Our company was born from an enormous passion for construction and our ability to make real the dreams and projects of the customers who seek us out, using creativity, design and skills.

Considering our expertise in the wood sector and the evolution of climate change, to work in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way was a natural choice for us. And so Odum was born, a construction company with a strong ecological concern.

Wood construction is a worldwide trend, not only because wood is an extremely sophisticated, comfortable and versatile material, but also because it is a natural, renewable, recyclable and ecological raw material:

The use of natural materials in construction is a way to prevent the
development of global warming;

The impact of wood on the environment is neutral;

Wood provides well-being and quality of life, creating environments where you can breathe cleaner air, compared to other conventional building materials.

When we use wood from certified forests and 100% sustainable management in environmental, social and economic matters, we are making a commitment to eco-responsible construction.

The execution quality of a work along with the quality of the materials used are key factors for its durability.

That is how we seek to meet our Customers’ demands, ensuring transparency as they too reveal a preference for materials coming from well-balanced economies.

On the other hand, to avoid deforestation, wood is subject to various labels attesting its provenience from sustainably managed forests.

The FSC seal guarantees that the wood comes from forests managed according to ecological and social quality criteria, and PEFC certifies the wood used in construction, and also that reforestation is of high quality, allowing to maintain biodiversity.

The energy-efficiency of wood is surprising: in terms of mechanical efficiency it is 6.4 times greater than steel and, in terms of density, it consumes 24 times less energy than glass in its transformation.

It consumes 200 times less energy than aluminum for identical resistance, and has a thermal conductivity 10 times lower than that of cement.

Reference: Tackle-Climat-Change-EN.pdf
Reference: Tackle-Climat-Change-EN.pdf

This is where we chose to start and the path we chose to walk towards a more sustainable future. We want to do more and better and we will continue to keep a careful eye on the development of circular economies, recycling, reusing and reducing consumption, actively using waste in accordance with nature's natural cycle.